Pontiled Condiment Jar

opmustard

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Someone asked if I would post some pictures of this jar. Well, I finally took some pictures (they aren't good), but it'll give them an idea of what it looks like better. Really like the O/P on this bottle.
It was dug in New Orleans, lightly tumbled in Florida and I ended up with it.
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That's a real beauty, and so are its friends in picture 3! I was stationed in New Orleans for four years - why didn't I dig that bottle when I was there, dang it?
 

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That's a real beauty, and so are its friends in picture 3! I was stationed in New Orleans for four years - why didn't I dig that bottle when I was there, dang it?
Never been to New Orleans, but have traded and bought a lot of bottles from there. Some of my best and oldest bottles are from there.
Thank you for the nice email about my bottle.
Why don't we do stuff (like dig for bottles while stationed there), for me, its because I was doing something else and didn't at the time know what I was missing.
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